I came up with this using http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SSSE3#New_Instructions
objdump --disassemble-all <binary> | grep " \(psign[bwd]\|pabs[bwd]\|palignr\|pshufb\|pmulhrsw\|pmaddubsw\|phsub[wd]\|phsubsw\|phadd[wd]\|phaddsw\) "
arjan: you can emulate instructions your cpu does not have quite well ali1234: i didn't know there was such a patch... link please? arjan: either via a kernel hack or an ld preload library arjan: http://lkml.indiana.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0206.3/0631.html <-- old kernel hack that google found for me arjan: doing it as ld preload isn't too hard .. SIGILL is sent when an instruction is executed that the cpu does not grok ali1234: ah so you don't know that it exists specifically for ssse3? arjan: for ssse3? not that I know of arjan: but you could add the ssse3 instructions if you want arjan: shouldn't be too hard